You’re ready to go out: you’ve changed outfits four times, drank all the probably-not-complimentary bottles of water in your hotel room, and taken enough photos that you’re considering upgrading your storage. When you want a place that will match your level of enthusiasm, make your way to Greene St. Kitchen. You enter this place through a vintage Coke refrigerator door into a classic old-school arcade with graffiti-ed walls. Then as you keep walking in further, you’ll find things like a caged bar and giant Mickey hands making an LV sign. Grab a cocktail and order some elevated bar food, like Philly cheesesteak egg rolls, vegan sliders, and the duck pancakes.
Greene St. Kitchen is permanently closed.
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